The secrets of water revealed: UD's computer simulation of water molecules is based exclusively on quantum physics laws. (Credit: Figure by Omololu Akin-Ojo and David Barczak)
Credit: Figure by Omololu Akin-Ojo and David Barczak
Equipped with high-speed computers and the laws of physics, scientists from the University of Delaware and Radboud University in the Netherlands have developed a new method to “flush out” the hidden properties of water--and without the need for painstaking laboratory experiments.
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